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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

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    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    Warrens top 5.
    5. Reggie Wayne
    4. Larry Fitz
    3. Steve Smith
    2. Andre Johnson
    1. Randy Moss
    Only thing I'd change is swap 3 and 4.

    And maybe consider someone else for 5, Wayne is awesome, but he has had Peyton throwing him the ball his entire career.
    I pretty much agree with you there. I would also move Larry Fitzgerald above Steve Smith after last season. I think Wayne is super consistent and he is a complete wide receiver in every ways, but he lacks that super human skills like the reach of Randy Moss or the fighter attitude of Steve Smith. I would definitely put him in the top 10, but at #5 I think I would have Calvin Johnson. He was the breakout wide receiver last year in my opinion.

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    I actually would take out Wayne and put in Megatron

    I decided I kinda like the list but a lil tweaking as well here..

    5. Megatron
    4. Steve Smith
    3. Andre Johnson
    2. Larry Fitz
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    Randy Moss

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    Sapp did a nice job with is top 5 list.

    The way I see it, the WR position is the hardest top 5 to put together.
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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    5. Steve "Pound For Pound" Smith
    4. Calvin "Megatron" Johnson
    3. Andre "IDK Nickname" Johnson
    2. Larry "Fitzy" Fitzgerald
    1. Randy "Superfreak" Moss

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    At this point I would go:

    5. Steve Smith
    4. Andre Johnson
    3. Randy Moss
    2. Larry Fitzgerald
    1. Calvin Johnson

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    5. Greg Jennings
    4. Calvin Johnson
    3. Randy Moss
    2. Andre Johnson
    1. Larry Fitzgerald
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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    My top 5 would be:

    1. Moss
    2. Andre Johnson
    3. Fitz
    4. Smith
    5. Calvin Johnson


    I consider Moss the best because there's nobody I'd rather have on my team even though he's not the most versatile. Same reason I say AD is the best running back.

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    "Elam529" wrote:
    At this point I would go:

    5. Steve Smith
    4. Andre Johnson
    3. Randy Moss
    2. Larry Fitzgerald
    1. Calvin Johnson
    At first I though some of you guys were crazy for putting Calvin Johnson at #5, but then I looked at his numbers and changed my tune. 12TD for the lions? I didn't think the Lions scored 12TD all season. One guy who I think is being overlooked here is Terrel Owens. He's caught more TD the last 3 years than anyone in the league.
    1. Larry Fitzgerald
    2. Calvin Johnson
    3. Randy Moss
    4. Terrel Owens
    5. Andre Johnson

    That is a really tough list to come up with, it's hard to leave off all the other great players.

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

    1. Larry Fitzgerald-He catches everything and scores TD's with ease.
    2. Andre Johnson-Just an absolute beast.
    3. Randy Moss-With Brady back, he'll be number 1. The best deep ball receiver in the NFL.
    4. Steve Smith-Small, and explosive. Tough WR. I hope Percy Harvin can turn out like him.
    5. Calvin Johnson-Freakish size, speed, and hands. Playing for the Lions is what hurts him.

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    Re: Top 5: Wide Receivers

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    3. Randy Moss-With Brady back, he'll be number 1. The best deep ball receiver in the NFL.
    If he will be number one with Tom Brady back under center, why are you ranking him as #3. That doesn't make sence. The list is of the best WIDE RECEIVERS, not wide receiver-quarterback combos. The quarterback should have NOTHING to do when ranking the receivers.

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